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Sandy's Lefse

Sandy's Lefse created by PanNan

My friend is half Swedish and half Norwegian and she grew up in North Dakota. This is her mom's recipe. Posted for ZWT3.

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directions

  • Mix with wooden spoon.
  • Form into balls and roll with rolling pin on floured surface.
  • Bake on hot flat cast iron skillet, cook until desired brownness, turn over and cook on other side.
  • When done place on absorbent towel and place towel on top until cool.
  • When ready to eat spread butter and sprinkle with sugar and roll up and enjoy. You can place anything to your liking roll and eat.
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"My friend is half Swedish and half Norwegian and she grew up in North Dakota. This is her mom's recipe. Posted for ZWT3."
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  1. PanNan
    Sandy's Lefse Created by PanNan
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  2. PanNan
    This lefse tasted great. With the baking powder they were a little thicker and doughier than any lefse we've had before. I did have to add quite a bit more flour to work into each dough ball to smooth them and keep them from being sticky before rolling out. Yummy with butter and sugar. Thanks for sharing your friend's recipe.
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  3. Jamilahs_Kitchen
    My friend is half Swedish and half Norwegian and she grew up in North Dakota. This is her mom's recipe. Posted for ZWT3.
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